Seminole County Jury Absolves Ford Motor Company of Responsibility in Death Case of Young Woman Driving a Ford Explorer
“Ford accepted the risk that somebody might die in a rollover, and I ask you to hold Ford responsible for accepting that risk.” This was the plaintiff attorney’s plea to the jury during their trial against Ford Motor Company in Seminole County which lasted almost two…
Six bills were introduced in the Florida House and Senate this legislative session to place tougher regulations on texting while driving. Two sets of bills double the fines for texting while in a school zone, while one set actually make the offense primary. Florida is in the minority of states that make it only a secondary offense, meaning you must also commit another traffic violation to be cited. Read about the introduced bills.
Approximately 200,000 injuries occur annually on public playgrounds. Many of them could be avoided if public schools made sure their playgrounds were safe and followed clear guidelines and recommendations. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission Handbook on Public Playground Safety was adopted by Florida and should be followed by all public schools.
In Florida, what insurance coverage applies if you are injured in an automobile accident either as a passenger in an Uber/Lyft/ride-share vehicle or hit by one them?
New Year’s Eve is a time for renewal and celebration and, of course, fireworks. Whether you’re enjoying a local fireworks show held be the city, or lighting sparklers in your backyard, it is important to remember that safety is a priority, especially when handling…
On July 16, 2015, a woman was found naked in the bushes behind the House of Blues at Downtown Disney. The Orange County Sherriff office suspects that the woman is a victim of a rape. According to reports, Disney security guards found the woman in…
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